Can you install a Turner Hastings Fireclay sink in your outdoor kitchen?

6 Reasons to Consider a Fireclay Sink for Your Outdoor Kitchen:


  1. Durability:
    Fireclay sinks are made from a blend of clay and glaze that is fired at high temperatures, resulting in a durable, non-porous surface that can withstand the elements. Unlike other materials, fireclay sinks do not rust, chip, or stain easily, making them an ideal choice for outdoor use.
  2. Heat Resistance:
    Fireclay sinks are heat resistant, which means they can handle hot pots and pans without sustaining damage. This makes them an ideal choice for outdoor kitchens where grilling and cooking over an open flame are common close to the sink.
  3. Easy to Clean:
    Fireclay sinks are easy to clean and maintain, thanks to their non-porous surface. It also ensures the sink will not stain over time and is highly scratch resistant, unlike other synthetic sinks in the market which are known to stain and scratch easily.
  4. UV Stable: 

    Our glazing is highly durable, as the colour is sprayed onto the sink prior to it being fired at very high temperatures (in excess of 1220˚C) in the kiln. This means the colour is fused into the clay which makes it impossible to scratch any glaze off.  

    What about the colour fading in the sun?
    Colour glazing is done before the products are fired. For this reason, the matte black and concrete look finish has exactly the same features as gloss and matte white sinks, therefore they are UV stable and therefore cannot be affected by sunlight.

  5. Aesthetically Pleasing: Fireclay sinks come in a range of styles and colours, making them a versatile choice for any outdoor kitchen design. Available in inset/undermount or butler/farmhouse style there is a fireclay sink to suit your space, click below to see the colours and sizes available on our website. 
  6. Environmentally Friendly: Fireclay sinks are made from natural materials and do not contain any harmful chemicals or toxins, making them an eco-friendly choice for homeowners who are concerned about the environment.
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